Re: text spectrograms?
"Eric Fassbender" eric.fassbender
Wed Jun 11, 2014 8:53 pm ((PDT))
I've got a friend who is majorly into sonification (representation of audio=
in other forms). I've asked him about your enquiry and his suggestion was =
to possibly create a 3D print of a spectrogram. That way you would be able =
to feel the different frequencies. However, it might be a bit expensive and=
not instantaneous, nor changing when you adjust the frequencies. But maybe=
there's some sort of electronic trickery with pins that come out of an ele=
ctronics board. I'm in no way aware of such a thing, nor would I be able to=
build one but it's one thought that comes to mind.
Hope this helps,
On 11/06/2014, at 6:59 PM, Philipp Schroeter [naturer=
ecordists] <> wrote:
> Hello list!
> My question might sound somewhat exotic but it is something that
> occupies my mind this morning.
> While editing my recordings I sometimes do a bit of equalization. And I
> am still not satisfied with it. I am blind and not able to view the
> spectrogram of a sound file. That's why I have to adjust frequencies by
> trial and error method. That's fine for High pass filtering but it is
> not practicable for subtle tasks. That is why I am wondering if there is=
> any way of exporting/converting a spectrogram into a concise text file
> so that I have a clear overview of the prominent developments of
> I would be glad if there is a chance, please let me know!
> best regards from Germany
> "While a picture is worth a thousand words, a
> sound is worth a thousand pictures." R. Murray Schafer via Bernie Krause.
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